- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... town with a famous bridge, Stari Most. The original bridge was built in the 1500's but unfortunately that was bombed in 1993 during the Croatian war, so it has now been rebuilt as a replica. It is very pretty and believe it or not brave locals and some brave travellers jump off the bridge falling a staggering 24m to the icy waters below. Far too dangerous for me but it was fun to watch others jump! Next to the Dalmatian coast to find some sun and ...
... Dervish house that was built on a fast-moving river flowing through a cave! A Dervish house is a old traditional Ottoman house built for Muslim prayer. A large percentage of Bosnia's population is Muslim, which was a cause of quite a bit of the violence in the recent past. The house was really quaint on the inside, with Turkish rugs on the ground and lots of nice wooden framework. The stream was spectacularly clear (the locals ...
... a 'Greater Serbia'. Mostar was horrendous, but Sarajevo was a massacre. As it went, the UN had to step in and try to control this uncontrollable action. Long story short, Bosnia and Hercegovina finally gained its independence, but it's still a complex country of many religious, secular, historical, and geographical divisions. Even though it is a relatively peaceful country now, I've read some are worried that 'old grudges' may start ...
... 8216;20s. The guide described to us what it was like to live in Mostar during those times, with armed militias wandering around the towns and snipers waiting to shoot anyone that ventured outside during the day. The residents quickly adapted to the situation and learned to only come out at night, which was also the only time they had to bury the victims of each day’s violence. They had to use local parks for cemeteries as they had no cars, no ...
... truth since these students have separate curriculums, teachers, and even different times to be in the building. There is no type of integration taking place here at all. The Croat side even has a large football stadium and they have expelled the Bosnians from entering it except for one game a year and even then, the Croats ensure that the Bosnians of Mostar understand they are unwelcome there.
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